Business: Product Development
Structured sensory supply system   (+4)  [vote for, against]
See, surmise, success!

Said system supplies sensory stimulus, sorted scientifically, so supporting superior socio-economic success (supposing subscribers successfully stay seeing said system).

Say someone subscribes; so, social-media sorts stimuli, sneaking superior sights, sounds, suggestions "sub scire". Said subscriber succumbs. Sub-optimal systems stay subverted.

Or in other words, a kind of paid-for media feed, whereby the images and ideas which one's brain is exposed to, instead of feeding addictive consumption of the low-grade commercial ideas and/or products, instead cultivates intellectual development and capacity.

For example, custom advertisement hoardings as you pass don't read "Buy Nokker's Breath Congealer" but instead ask philosophical brain-teasers in one of the languages you are currently learning; your phone notifications create an enticing challenge to comprehension and analytical capability development; etc. etc.
-- pocmloc, May 22 2020

Isn't this called "The HalfBakery" ?
-- 8th of 7, May 22 2020

Sufficiently succinct and successfully silly. Sorry spelling of succumbs. There is an app that bugs me every now and then to start learning a foreign language on it because I haven't bothered to shut the notifications off.
-- RayfordSteele, May 22 2020

Probably, discrimination training as early as possible would be more resilient. This idea would start a supply trick war.
-- wjt, May 24 2020

random, halfbakery